Photos: Mabel Cummins (right) follows through during a recent tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Cummins (below) , a sixth-grader attending Kaneland Harter Middle School, gathers some of the trophies she’s won during recent tournaments from throughout the region. Courtesy Photos Mabel Cummins seeks nation’s top spot in bowling tournament Kaneland—Mabel Cummins, a sixth-grader at Kaneland…
Kaneland—While the pins stopped falling after Saturday’s IHSA Sectional hosted by Schaumburg High School, Kaneland’s senior-laden lineup was able to see hard work pay off on Jan. 30 in the final dual opportunity of the year.
KHS group also deals with tough NIB-12 field
KANELAND—For their second win of 2012-13, Kaneland High School bowling didn’t have to go far.
KANELAND—The KHS bowling team dropped a pair of matches this week, both by narrow margins.
KANELAND—Kaneland bowling is trying to up the competitive fire against good teams, and its opponents are making sure it’s a difficult ride.
KANELAND—Sometimes a weekend invite is all you need to see what can happen.
On Saturday, Kaneland bowling went to the Lisle Invite and came away with a second-place trophy in the “B” bracket.
Lady Knights solve Lisle, dropped by Dixon
Kaneland—Kaneland bowling had a rougher start than they would have liked, but it no longer has to wonder where its first win will come from.
KANELAND—The Kaneland High School bowling team dropped a pair of meets this week, starting out the season 0-3.
KANELAND—Bowlers representing Kane-land High School are taking to the local lanes with a love of the sport.
DEKALB—Postseason action is ripe to provide unlikely performances leading to a sectional berth.
AURORA—A chance to string together another late January win over rival IMSA was not to be for KHS bowling.
KANELAND—Not even snow and hazardous travel conditions from a week prior could delay the end result of Thursday’s Kaneland-Ottawa bowling matchup.
KANELAND—After a Thursday snowfall shelved Kaneland’s meeting in Ottawa, the Lady Knights took to the lanes on Saturday as part of the IMSA Invite, and on Tuesday when they hosted Rochelle.
KANELAND—Geneva bowling is a relatively new program, but one thing is already familiar to the Lady Vikings.
DEKALB—It can take awhile before a bowling squad can get back into the swing of things after a layoff.
KANELAND—Good news emerging from Monday’s bowling encounter between Kaneland and LaSalle-Peru was that the Lady Knights reached the Super Bowl faster than this year’s version of the Bears.
KANELAND—While it’s been slow goings at the beginning of this still-new season, the Kaneland bowling unit keeps knocking down pins, and knocked down enough to nab its first win of the season on Dec. 7, against visiting Geneva.
DeKALB—At Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, the Lady Knights fell victim to a 2,951-2,451 result at the hands of Northern Illinois Big XII crossover foe Dixon on Thursday.
DeKALB—In the confines of Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, the Lady Knights (0-3) probably felt like it was unfriendly surroundings in a loss to fellow tenant DeKalb on Nov. 22.
KANELAND—While the Lady Knights will miss record book-rewriter Holly Thomas, and the team finished with a dual mark of 3-12, there are reasons to be optimistic.